Coffee Shop Names?

What are some good Coffee shop names?

I'm thinking of opening one up some day.

16 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    How about one of these?

    Bean Gone Too Long Lounge

    Java Jolt

    The Bean Counters Lounge

    Trembling Cup

    Permanent Addiction


    Bean Around the World

    Daily Grind (also Back to the Grind, Nose to the Grind Stone, Breaking Ground, Sacred Grounds and so on)

    Brewed Awakenings

    Brews Brothers

    He Brews (for X-tians)

    Common Grounds

    Hooked on (street name)

    It’s a Grind

    (name) Street Perk

    Perk Hill

    Wired Coffee & Art

    Wired on (street name)*

  • 3 years ago

    Coffee Shop Names

  • 1 decade ago

    The naming of your business could be one of the most important decisions you will make. A name's originality and legal availability will create a real asset value of its own, as it becomes marketed and gains market acceptance.

    The name you choose will become the focal point of all the benefits and features that relate to your business. Customers will be able to find and refer others to it in the future.

    Since any names that are suggested here may already be owned by another party, I wanted to go a different route...

    I suggest either hiring a name creation firm or get together with your friends and/or family and throw a "name party" & have everyone bounce some ideas around. Compile a listing of names that you like the best. Once you have that list, do as much free research as you can before you delve into comprehensive research.

    I listed some links where you can do some preliminary name checking. However, please be aware that this is merely scratching the surface of what's out there.

    Only comprehensive research will tell you if the name is truly available. But, these links are free & a great place to start, so I'd try them out first.

    Comprehensive research consists of looking at marks that are similar in Sound, Appearance or Meaning in the pending & registered Federal AND State trademark files as well as the US National Common-Law files.

    There are other sites that offer free searching capabilities in conjunction with their commercial services, so I'm not able to post those links due to the Yahoo! TOS. You'll also want to check domain names & yellow pages, so simply do a search for "free domain name search" and "national yellowpages" and the appropriate links will pop up.

    Hope that helps! I wish you much success & happiness in all your ventures!

    Source(s): -- USPTO – Preliminary Search of Federal trademarks -- NOLO's Trademark Resource Center --Go to your state's Secretary of State page to see if they have a searchable database of business names – Must register (free) to search their database
  • 4 years ago

    Coffee world

    Cafe town

    • 1 year agoReport

      We can't keep going on like this we won't

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  • 1 decade ago

    Coffee, Tea or Me?

    Tim Hortons ... oops... that one's already taken but it's a great money making franchise to get into

    Coffee... It's not just for breakfast anymore

  • 1 decade ago

    hi, i'm robert

    i used to own a cafe in New Zealand, and we called it Rascals - it just sounded good.

    i don't have a name for you, though i have a suggestion.

    go to the yellow pages site of a major city not near you like NY, or London and scroll through all the names that they've got - one will surely jump out at you!

    good luck my friend!

  • 1 decade ago

    Java Buzz, Jitters, or Coffee Jitters, or Java Jitters. LOL good luck

  • B0FF0
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Java Jive!

    Source(s): There's actually one here called The Java Dive. Or you could take the street address number and call it, for example, The 503 Coffee Bar. No!No! I KNOW!!! Call it 'Starfux'!
  • 1 decade ago

    The Brewhouse CoffeeShop

  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    I often end up writing the same thing on other sites

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